Published: Sat, December 30, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

President Trump Calls FBI 'Tainted' Amid Russia Investigation

President Trump Calls FBI 'Tainted' Amid Russia Investigation

"Totally protected him", Trump responded. "And I have great respect for that, I'll be honest".

Kendall's op-ed comes as Trump's allies and some Republicans on Capitol Hill have called the objectivity and fairness of Mueller's probe into question, following revelations that an FBI agent assigned to the investigation had sent text messages criticizing Trump during the 2016 election.

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When pressed on the issue, Trump replied, "It doesn't bother because I hope that he's going to be fair". The segment begins in reference to Jeff Sessions' recusal from the case. "Here-to-fore we did, but it's being eroded and it's being eroded by facts that are being exposed and I don't think it's over", warned the IN congressman.

Schmidt continued, "He wants the press to know that and he wants the press to essentially sort of thank him and, you know, I think that he thinks that the press has probably worse intentions than it really does".

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"Virtually every Democrat has said there is no collusion", Trump continued. And even these committees that have been set up.

That's because Mueller's moves increase the likelihood that campaign advisers or administration staffers who find themselves in the special counsel's crosshairs may look to strike plea bargains where they swap damaging information on Trump in exchange for lesser charges.

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Nearly unbelievably, several people attacked the New York Times for not asking him "hard" questions. The president made the argument that the media, and specifically, the Times, have a vested interest in seeing him continue as president.

"So they basically have to let me win", he argued.

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New York Times reporter - and conducter of that very interview - Michael Schmidt appeared on Morning Joe this morning and spoke to Willie Geist and Eddie Glaude about that very topic. "And eventually, probably six months before the election, they'll be loving me because they're saying, 'Please, please, don't lose Donald Trump.' O.K".

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